Date(s) - 02/09/2019
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Here you find all information about Labor Day 2019 and also about Labor Day 2020 and Labor Day 2021 in the US.
Labor Day 2019 in US
|Labor Day 2019||Monday||2 September 2019||36|
|Labor Day 2020||Monday||7 September 2020||37|
|Labor Day 2021||Monday||6 September 2021||36|
About Labor Day 2019
Labor Day always falls on the first Monday of September. This day is a federal holiday and most people have a day off and schools, government offices and most businesses are closed. This long weekend is also known as Labor Day weekend. Labor Day honors the American labor movement and for the workers to honor their contributions for the well-being of the country.
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